As the impacts of Tropical Storm Isaias dissipate over the east coast— we must face the unappealing reality this hurricane season is likely going to get much worse. The 2020 Atlantic basin hurricane season is the first on record in which nine tropical systems have formed before August. The main ingredients which drive hurricanes — warm surface temperatures in the Gulf of Mexico and Atlantic Ocean, high humidity, and light vertical wind shear — are expected to persist or increase throughout the season. Researchers at the NOAA recently updated their forecast, stating by the end of hurricane season we can…
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